Seven national heroes honoured at Pakistan Day parade event
Seven national heroes of Pakistan were honored during the Pakistan Day Parade for bringing immense pride to the country.
Parveen Saeed, Rafia Baig, Ali Gohar, Mahendra Singh, Sajid Sadpara, Natalya Najam and Master Ayub received acknowledgement for their contributions.
The lady Parveen Saeed runs Khana Ghar, which provides low cost meals to underprivileged. Around 300 people are fed on daily basis.
Rafia Baig is the first woman to join bomb disposal squad in Pakistan. She has also served as a police constable for seven years.
Moreover, Ali Gohar, the painter who lost both hands in an electric shock, has not given up his passion of painting. After the unfortunate incident, Ali uses his feet to paint.
While, Mahendra Singh is the first Pakistani bowler to represent the Sikh community at the Pakistan Super League (PSL).
Sajid Sadpara is the youngest person to summit K2. He was praised for his contribution in highlighting Pakistan’s name.
Furthermore, Natalya Najam, who is nine-year-old has arranged elements of the periodic table in the shortest possible time, breaking the record of an Indian professor.
Master Ayub works to fight poverty and he provides free education to poor people.